As the governor requested, we are ringing our church bell at 10 AM each day to remind everyone that they are not alone and we are all in this together. Our volunteer today was Rachel Swinford!

One of our largest Supper Club groups.  15 attended tonight.  
Come join us!!  Fun evening of talking, eating and enjoying the company. 
Different place every week!!!

During Sunday School class today our resident artist, Dr. Greg Cooper
drew this illustration to go along with the scripture. 

Lent begins in the wilderness. The Spirit guides Jesus into the wilderness where he comes face to face with temptation and struggle. Yet, in his forty days of fasting, resisting, and wandering, Jesus is shaped and formed for ministry. Similarly, through the wilderness of Lent, we are invited to surrender to the wild leadings of the Spirit. We rarely enter the wilderness willingly, but hopefully through our wandering we remember who we are and whose we are. The wilderness can become sacred even if it remains dangerous. There is no wilderness space too harsh or threatening for God’s love. This Lent, we welcome you to the journey.

A wonderful Valentine dinner hosted by the youth at the Chapel Café

The Nation Goes Red in February

On the first Friday of every February, which is designated as American Heart Month, the nation comes together, igniting a wave of red from coast to coast. From landmarks to news anchors and neighborhoods to online communities; this annual groundswell unites millions of people for a common goal: the eradication of heart disease and stroke.

National Wear Red Day

Wear red to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease and save lives.

Eastside’s Academic Team received

 the overall runner up for the district

 and the Quick Recall Team received first place.

Anna Grace Fleming was a member of the team!

Rusty Cook winner and runner up at Orlando Raceway.

Rev. Philip Lotspeich, General Presbyter, spoke during the morning worship service. Philip earned a master of divinity degree from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and formerly served churches in Texas and Oklahoma.

The General Presbyter provides proactive visionary leadership, work on implementing the Long Range Plan of the Presbytery, work with the Presbytery to ensure the health and vitality of each congregation, provides effective management of the Presbytery, serves the larger church at the Synod and GA levels and communicates the Presbytery’s vision and mission, locally and nationally.


Kitty Lake, Susan Feix, Chris Newcomb, Tallu Smith, Cheryl Case, Sue McKee, Brenda Burrier, Janet McCauley, Meg Ammerman, Tammy Bruce

Absent when picture was taken:  Marilyn Richie

AMM Circle meets the first Wednesday of every month except the summer months. 
 Anyone interested in joining our group is welcome!!